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. live from the channel 4 studios in boston, wbz news at noon starts now with breaking news. this noon a hazmat situation at a local school sends 8 people including students to the hospital. authorities say this all started with a cell phone charger. >>christina hagar is following she's live with the latest. >> reporter: chris, this made for some scary moments inside the school. 8 people taken to the hospital after inhaling fumes from the charger. fire officials called it a phone charger. the president of the manville school said it was more like a universal charger with some usb inputs. the hazmat crew put the unit in a bucket labeled hazardous material after it overheated and then a member
that caused another type of reaction that was a potentially dangerous situation. >>the student had a charger and it started to heat up and started sparking, and then he threw it down. some people came and helped. they took it to the bathroom, tried to isolate it. filled it with water and it started to off-gas. >> reporter: some people who were nearby inhaled the gas fumes and lightheaded. 7 people went in an ambulance to local hospitals. the school here is a special education school, but none of the students or staff had to be evacuated. a crew went inside, made surety area where this happened -- sure the area where it happened was clean, tested the air and determined it was safe to go on with classes.
will head to the polls and pick our next president. hillary clinton and donald trump have a jam packed last-day schedule. each will visit several states. >>a brand-new poll shows the race is tight. the poll reveals nationally hillary clinton has a 4 point lead over donald trump. she has 45% while trump has 41%, and few voters say could change before election day. we begin with nicole jacobs in manchester where president obama will make a final push for hillary clinton. >> reporter: kate, new hampshire continues to play a major role in this election, both candidates really hitting it hard. hillary clinton is hoping her final impression last night is enough ] cheering ] >> reporter: in her final campaign stop in new hampshire ahead of tuesday, hillary
crowd sunday. >>this election is a moment of reckoning. it is a choice between division or unity. >> reporter: it came just hours after fbi director james comey released a second letter to congress indicating clinton should not face criminal charges. >>the fbi was correct in their decision to keep it at bay and just stick with what they already had done. >> reporter: at the popular red but hearts are heavy. >>that's why i de activated my facebook account last night because of the level of an moss fee and comments byover with just one day left voters -- and comments by everybody. >> reporter: with just one day left voters have had enough. the campaigns hitting and hitting back, an election season sure to go down in history as
>>what's really on the ballot is what kind of country we want for our children and our grandchildren. >> reporter: all of which will play out tomorrow once voters have their say. hillary clinton has moved on from new hampshire. she is set to campaign today in michigan, pennsylvania, and north carolina, all of this in that final push heading to tomorrow, but i can tell you president obama is new hampshire later this afternoon on her b that's the latest from manchester, nicole jacobs, wbz news. >>this noon hillary clinton is due in pennsylvania to rally voters in the steel city. from there she'll head to michigan as they wait for her to arrive in pennsylvania. she will go back to pennsylvania for a stop in philadelphia with a big end tonight in north carolina. on the other side, meantime, donald trump is matching her ambitious
in florida less than an hour ago then he'll head to north carolina and pennsylvania and then new hampshire. anna meiler is live. >> reporter: donald trump is making a five-state campaign push one day before voters head to the polls and that includes a stop here in manchester, new hampshire, where the race is time of the as trump tries to sway voters he's slamming the fbi director's decision that hill charges connected to null discovered e-mails from her time at the state department. on sunday his daughter told a crowd the momentum is in his favor. trump will try to build the momentum today in manchester, and it appears he will continue using clinton's e-mails to fuel the fires. >>this election will decide whether we are ruled by a corrupt political class. you've been watching what's going on.
it's rigged, okay? the system is rigged. at least we know it. and people in this country, i think because of us, have never known it so obviously as they do now. the system is totally rigged. >> reporter: donald trump will appear here at the southern new hampshire university arena with mike pence at 8:00 and it doesn't seem like he getting much sleep. from here he will head to michigan and hold a rally at 11:00 p.m. and new hampshire tight senate race could have a major impact on the balance of power in the senate. kelly ayotte is going for 24 hours straight campaigning across the state. democratic challenger maggie hassan will campaign tonight
making four stops in communities to thank volunteers and supporters and meet with local businesses. today the justice department announce it had will send more than 500 people to polls in 28 states to monitor for violations. the department does note it is the primary responsibility of state and local governments, though, to administer elections. wbz and cbs news has you covered on election night. scott pele and our team will bring at 9:00 you can join us on cbsboston.com for a special election webcast. and janet reno died of complications due to parkinson's disease. she was 78 years old. she grew criticism for the raid
handling of the elian gonzalez case, but she also prosecuted the oklahoma city bombing suspect and the unabomber. the sun is mixed with clouds but overall a nice day. we're in for a nice stretch of great fall weather. >>and that includes for tomorrow with voters heading to the polls. let's check in with danielle. >>it's going to be sunny tomorrow, the wind will be light and temperatures in the low warmer tomorrow compared to today. across the nation, this is the map for tomorrow. not a lot going on, so polls across the country fairly quiet, just a couple of rain showers through the missouri valley, maybe a thunderstorm from louisiana into texas. no real cold arctic air in place. we've had some ocean-enhanced clouds coming
back to the southeast part of the state. mixing with the sunshine at times, but chilly or brisk, i should say. 46 in boston currently. we'll gain maybe a degree or two over the next couple of hours. don't forget the sun sets early, 4:30, and once we do, just clear skies and cooling back by 7:00 p.m. about 43 in boston and into the upper 30s tonight, mostly clear skies. the suburbs will fall into the upper 20s. a few coming up, chris. danielle, thank you very much. overnight crews pull r -- a car from the charles river. the driver got out after a crash and didn't put the brake on. crews on the ground along with divers in the water helped get the car out of the river. a boston man is under arrest facing charges for a deadly shooting in everett. keith herring was taken into custody this morning.
shot a man from stoneham sunday. one witness describes what she saw as it unfolded in front of her. >>the guy that got shot run out to the street and that's when he had fallen right there, and he said to the girlfriend "i can't breathe." >>police say it was an isolated incident and there is no threated to neighborhood. vectors are searching the south carolina property of an for clues into the murders he's confessed to. todd kolap was arrested thursday when investigators found a woman chained on his property. david begnite reports from south carolina. >> reporter: todd kolap was denied bond when he appeared before a judge. the family members of the people he
>>anything you wish to say at this time? >>not it at this time. >> reporter: the 45-year-old realtor confessed to killing people in apparent burg county in 2003. one of them -- in spartanburg county. one of them was the shop's owner. his then-wife got the phone call saturday, a detective calling with news of her husband's alleged killer. she says he was husband's store. >>if she had not been found alive, we wouldn't be having an interview right now. >> reporter: he was arrested last thursday. investigators discovered brown chained up like a dog inside a storage container on his property. they later found her boyfriend's remains in a shallow grave nearby. on saturday he took investigators to where he says two other bodies are buried, one of which has been found.
bodies have been -- wilton lawrence told him the property where the bodies were found. he was 15 at the time he was convicted of raping a young girl. when he got out he registered as a sex offender and moved her. -- and moved here. yesterday the judge told him "you are facing the death penalty." back sports team from harvard in trouble with creating sexually explicit reports about the women's team. the documents include comments about the women's physical appearance. the coach was alerted to the situation by the team's captain. you may remember last week harvard cancelled the men's soccer season after discovering a similar report. won't's finest getting some
the getting some help from the patriots. >>along with the owner, the honorary officers geared up for a ride-along expended the day watching a basketball game between the officers and kids at the teen center at st. peter's in dorchester. coming up chris christie is speaking out. what the new jersey governor is saying about his political revenge plot and why he says he knows he wasn't told of the plan. pumping the you'll want to watch the speed in one local community. from big pappy to new plans for the retired red sox player. pread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents"
join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse.
right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. for the first time new jersey governor chris christie is speaking out about the guilty verdicts of two of his former aids. on friday a jury found the aids plotted to create a traffic jam on the george washington bridge to get revenge on a mayor who didn't support his re-election. the aids testified christie was told about the plan but he told cbs
recollection of that discussion. >>you're saying you have no recollection. you're not saying "i can swear to you that they never said anything like that." you're saying i don't remember. >>i don't remember any of it, but what i will tell you is if they would have told me that, hey, we're creating traffic at the george washington bridge in order to punish the mayor for not endorsing you, i would have remembered that. >>christie says the guilty verdicts confirm his belief only three people were involved in that traffic plot. the city of summerville is slowing down and lowering speed limits. starting today the speed limit will be 25 miles per hour city-wide unless otherwise posted. the city says higher speed limits will remain on state roads like route 16 and mcgrath highway. the new lower speed limit will have minimal impact on travel times and traffic. time to get a check of the forecast with danielle today. it is a cold start to the today but not too bad. >>not a bad rebound.
day for voting. we've had some ocean-enhanced clouds building in the sky. you're looking east so they are thicker over the ocean, but sunshine mixed in between as well. had a little bit of rain yesterday, but it was just shy of a 10th of an inch. we've had had -- we've only had just under 2/10s of an inch this month so far. obsl had in boston -- wettest we've had in boston since 2014. there's not a ton rainfall in the forecast, little if anything, for the next 7 to 10 days. wednesday there will be a few showers but nothing significant. so that's your only chance of picking up a few rain drops this week. 45 in boston right now. it is cool. we should be in the mid 50s this time of the year. 48 in concord right now, and
middle 40 fair to say laconia to plymouth -- from will cone i can't to plymouth, most of us 45 to 50 on cape cod where the wind has been active, gusting over to 25 miles an hour at times. what's going son we've got a big ocean storm. see the spin over the ocean. we don't have to worry about it. other than that there's nothing going on to the west. there's a big ridge of high pressure in control of our weather y. with the sunshine earlier now at 4:30 but no weather-related issues. tomorrow we pump in mild air with a light breeze. wednesday here comes the cold front. notice scattered showers but the most comes through through the first part of the day. here's a zoomed-in look. notice the showers aren't that heavy. it's light green showing on the map. they're scattered. not everyone's going to see one even.
generally from the south shore back down to the cape before clearing works in. you may want to have an umbrella on standby. there'll be some wet spots around for your morning communicate wednesday. overnight tonight kind of similar to today, upper 20s, about 35 in downtown boston. recess time 56 degrees, ride home, lower 60s, beautiful 62 in bedford tomorrow, same in we're about 10 to 20 degrees warmer tomorrow compared to today. a light westerly wind may try to kick in. a sea breeze at the coast, upper 50s to low 60s from the south shore back to the cape. thursday and friday the sun's back. temperatures in the low to mid 50s, looking good on veterans' day. the weekend looks quiet, highs only in the low 40s saturday. danielle, thank you.
family that can be a little bit inappropriate. >>the big milestone for the simple sons coming up. -- simpsons. ? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. the place where 96% of our kids are educated. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to
record. >>the simpsons will stay on the small screen for years to come. fox has renewed the series for its 29th and 30th seasons. at the end of that the show will have created 669 episodes, the most ever for a scripted tv show. big papi getting another retirement surprise. >>jeff lou is re-gaming gate 34 at logue anyone his the legger has -- at logan. the gate will be adorned with his pictures. >>i'm just looking at the video. you don't want to invite him to your pinata party. coming up next history on the move. >>a new building is getting new life after a wild ride. weather watchers checking
massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." ll provide vital "choices for urban parents" and help reduce "the achievement gap." question 2 is "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker
. could varietyial reality be the key to losing -- virtual reality be the key to losing weight? it's not something you don't see every day. a museum on the move this weekend. the kirkland museum for fine and decorative relocated down the street, so to facilitate the move denver it to block traffic. it was moved to make room to expand. >>they can move a whole building. that's wild. >>i hope they packed the stuff real good. the sun's the out at least -- the sun's out at least. no weather-related issues the rest of the week. a couple of hours on wednesday, that's
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our kids would go to great public schools. but some kids aren't so lucky. where they live, they don't go to a great school, and they have no choice. imagine if your kids were trapped in a failing school. public charter schools give parents a choice and are a pathway to success for these kids. if you like your school, question 2 won't affect you. but question 2 will change the future for thousands of kids who need your help. please join me and
>> dylan: that was a pretty fun sleepover we had last night, huh? promised i'd be there when you woke up this morning... and who did you see first thing? you saw me. ohh. bud, i hate to say this. i may not be able to promise that again. whatever changes... this will always be true... that i love you more than anything, and i'm so proud of you, and being your dad has been, without a doubt, the greatest privilege of my life. but you know what? nothing's set in stone, and, uh, we still have a chance that we can all be together. >> paul: hey, there!